Teacher appreciation is important year-round. But the holidays are the perfect time to express your appreciation to your child’s teacher with a little something… like a homemade teacher gift.
This year I have 5 teachers to buy for (including aides) so I needed something affordable. When I saw these cute paint bucket style tins in Target’s dollar spot, I knew they’d be perfect to turn into a little Teacher Survival Kit.
Teacher Survival Kit
I thought about what the essentials were for me when I was teaching and found everything I needed right at the dollar store. Here’s what I filled the Teacher Survival Kit with…
- teacher stickers
- a glue stick
- hand sanitizer
- a cute little container of cleaning wipes
- a couple dry erase markers
- a couple safety pins for emergencies
- and lots of chocolate!
I used some holiday scrapbooking paper, some of the teacher stickers, and my PSA Essentials Peel & Stick Stamps to jazz up the goodies and the tin. You can learn more about PSA Essentials Peel & Stick Stamps by following PSA Essentials on Facebook.
Are you giving teacher appreciation gifts for Christmas? Have you ever made homemade teacher gifts?
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